Introducing the Pineapple Pi running Kali Linux.
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Hak5 Wifi Pineapple TETRA
Rasberry Pi 7” Multitouch Display
Sandisk Ultra 64GB Micro SDXC UHS-I Card with Adapter
Case for The Official Raspberry Pi 7" Touchscreen Display - Adjustable Angle
SmartiPi Touch back HAT cover - 15mm deep
VELCRO Brand Industrial Strength
[2-Pack] Anker Nylon Braided Tangle-Free Micro USB Cable with Gold-Plated Connectors
RAVPower Power bank USB Battery
14” Cable Ties
Logitech K400 Keyboard (Optional)
Since the WiFi Pineapple has a mostly GUI interface, that actually works well with a touch screen, this setup is the perfect option for using the Pineapple with a permanently attached computer. It's easy to carry around, and still small enough to stash somewhere to use for a audit.
The 20100mAh Battery allows it to run without being plugged in for hours.
In addition to performing wireless audits, I also have the full capabilities of Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi 3 at my disposal. The on-screen keyboard, works for simple typing, but a small logitech wireless keyboard makes it so much easier.
Overall, I’m very happy with the results and loving my new portable wireless audit machine.
Many thanks to the Hak5 Team https://hak5.org for the Wifi Pineapple TETRA, Raspberry Pi Foundation https://www.raspberrypi.org for the Raspberry Pi, and Hackday https://hackday.io for hosting the images for this project.
Similar to what I built except mine is much smaller. Seriously if you’re interested in not attracting a lot of attention a smaller package that fits in your shirt pocket (which mine does) and without all those large antenna... The small Nano with the factory optimized antenna is probably the better choice. In fact I’ve tried the large antenna and discovered it didn’t provide the performance of the much smaller package. Have followed Darren Kitchen steady progress and have the utmost respect for those so dedicated at Hak5. I certainly have not improved upon their device but I’m thinking they might get a kick out of the unique application. Not sure if posting in a public manner is correct but hopefully helpful.